A bit of theory
The basic issue in powering network devices is how to connect the primary circuits of the power supply (or, in the case of simpler equipment, the entire internal installation of the device) to the mains. Some devices, such as most household lamps, fans, smaller household appliances, or some consumer electronics, are factory-fitted with two-pin 230V mains connectors, or - more simply - "flat" plugs without grounding. Having such an appliance in your hands, you can safely assume that the device was designed and manufactured in the so-called. class 2 insulation (as long as the plug is original or has been replaced by an experienced person in the electrical service). Appliances fitted with pin-hole plugs, on the other hand, should be internally designed with Class 1 insulation - which means that the earth connection (the third, yellow/green wire in the mains cable) provides safety for the user. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type lug on any equipment or appliance by defeating the safety purpose of the grounding-type lug.
Plugs may vary... a lot
Grounded 230V mains plugs come in many forms, varying in convenience and applicability. Classic straight plugs, e.g. WT-30 or WT30-2, are ideal for connecting devices powered by e.g. computer strips or extension cords - the wire is routed vertically (in the axis of the socket), which facilitates insertion and removal of the plug from the socket. When the device will work directly with the wall socket, it may be more convenient to use an angled plug (e.g. WT-20 or WT-16), in which the cord, hanging loosely under its own weight, will be less exposed to accidental damage or being hit. If, however, the socket outlet is located in a place which is difficult to access (e.g. close to a piece of furniture), an excellent choice will turn out to be low-profile 230V power connectors type WTPV or WTPV-2, which, thanks to their unique design, will prove useful in really tight spaces.
Ready-made network cables
In our offer you will also find ready-made power cords, equipped with the most popular 230V mains connectors, eagerly installed in household appliances, consumer electronics and computer equipment. Class 2 devices often use the socket called "eight" - for them we have cables of 1 m and 1.5 m in length. Desktop computers, monitors, consumer electronics, and many measuring devices are equipped with trapezoidal IEC sockets - if you need a cable with such a plug, in this category you will find 1.5 m cables with straight and angled plugs. For power supplies for laptops we have compatible power cords ending in a "clover" type plug.